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Say Cheese and Die! (Goosebumps) Book Review and Ratings by Kids - R. L. StineTitle : Say Cheese and Die — Again! We have another little mini-reviewer joining us! We maintain that for kids books the best person to review them is a kid. It is really thrilling, a bit scary and funny in parts. I really liked the characters because they were believable and I cared about what was happening to them.
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Say Cheese and Die!
Sign in. Greg and his friends break into an old warehouse, where they find an unusual camera. However, the photographs Greg takes with it seem to predict disaster, and he becomes convinced the camera is cursed. Greg is having fun taking pictures with the cool instant camera he found in the Coffman's spooky, old house Instead, they portray horrible disasters involving whoever or whatever is in them. The scariest part is that the disasters start to come true!
Shari, Michael, Bird and Greg have nothing to do in the boring, remote town of Pitts Landing, and decide to explore the creepy ramshackle Coffman house down their street. After pillaging the basement, they find old treasures: boas, old coats, and even a working automatic camera. Greg takes a photo of Michael posing on the stairs, and five seconds later, Michael falls to the concrete ground. He takes a photo of his father's new Taurus station wagon, and the picture develops to reveal the same car, completely wrecked. Soon after, his father is seriously injured in a car accident, and the car itself becomes identical to the foreshadowing picture.
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Say Cheese and Die! It was first published in The book follows Greg and his friends who discover a strange camera , and things get chaotic after he takes a lot of pictures. It was later followed-up by the forty-fourth book, Say Cheese and Die — Again! The Classic Goosebumps cover illustration shows the camera on the ground, the hand of a collapsed body beside it, with the reflection of a human skull inside the broken lens.